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MECHANIC.. FITTER COURCES.

Posted by Alan F Doney. on July 26, 2016 at 11:50 AM Comments comments (0)

I wonder if any Ex Members of the following entries monitor this site. 1. GRM(C)54 ...2. GRF(C)108 ?. OR ANY PERM. STAFF OF 2T BLOCK  INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE (GROUND RADAR) CIRCA 1960 to 1968?.

MECHANIC.. FITTER COURCES.

Posted by Alan F Doney. on July 26, 2016 at 11:50 AM Comments comments (1)

I wonder if any Ex Members of the following entries monitor this site. 1. GRM(C)54 ...2. GRF(C)108 ?. OR ANY PERM. STAFF OF 2T BLOCK  INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE (GROUND RADAR) CIRCA 1960 to 1968?.

Radar

Posted by David John Pluright on February 25, 2015 at 6:30 AM Comments comments (9)

Does anyone remember ARAA, one of the earliest radars at Locking? Also the Decca ACR7D?

The End Of The Line Cafe.

Posted by edited out on June 29, 2010 at 3:53 AM Comments comments (5)

Don Adams, from www.ventnorradar.co.uk/ also a Lockingite and myself accompanied by my wife, met at The End Of The Line cafe (in Freshwater IOW) over tea, this last Monday. We had a long chat about times past and places we'd been, it was a splendid sunny morning, we sat outside and spent an hour or so enjoying the chance to meet a fellow veteran in such pleasant curcumstance. We often holiday on the island, maybe we can meet up again like that Don?

Those who served in Radar with the RAF should pay a visit to www.ventnorradar.co.uk/index.htm  Don has constructed a fantastic site full of interesting articles and photos that will have you paying many return visits.